The Hyatt Place San Pedro Sula was officially inaugurated
The hotel of 138 rooms of select service is the second that the chain has in Honduras
Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) announced that Hyatt Place San Pedro Sula is officially open, marking the second Hyatt Place hotel in Honduras and the fifth in Central America. The new hotel presents the intuitive design of the Hyatt Place brand, a casual atmosphere with practical amenities for travelers who perform multiple tasks, such as free Wi-Fi internet connection and food available 24 hours a day. The hotel is owned by Latam Hotel Corporation, which currently owns six hotels and convention centers in its growing portfolio, and operated by GHL, a Colombian group with 70 hotels owned or operated in Latin America.
"As the Hyatt Place brand continues to grow in Latin America and the Caribbean, we are pleased to increase this momentum by welcoming the second Hyatt Place hotel in Honduras," said Luciano Julio, Regional Vice President of Operations, Hyatt Place and Hyatt House. "Hyatt Place San Pedro Sula offers attractive social spaces and spacious rooms with separate areas for rest and work where our guests can achieve everything they need to do while visiting the most important industrial city of Honduras."
Hyatt Place San Pedro Sula is located on Avenida Circunvalación, a safe and vibrant area of the second largest city in Honduras, and is part of the Ágora Mall, which offers a wide variety of restaurants, shops and entertainment activities for discover. The hotel is located about 30 minutes from Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport, also known as La Mesa International Airport, and offers direct airport transfers upon request.
"We are very proud of the new Hyatt Place in San Pedro Sula," said Fernando Paiz, president of Latam Hotel Corp. "Our hotel is designed to meet the needs of the business traveler with a modern design that celebrates the activity of this important center of manufacturing, and also, is strategically located in Agora Mall, a boutique shopping center in the heart of the city of San Pedro Sula.